Life of a Girl from Daughter to Daughter-in-Law

Life of a Girl from Daughter to Daughter-in-Law

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Being a woman is beautiful, and challenging as well. The journey of a girl starts from being a loving daughter, growing up to an adult, becoming a wife, a mom, and then ending up with the responsibility of the household. All phases are beautiful, but being a daughter is the most beautiful.

The life of a girl completely changes on her path of being a daughter to daughter-in-law.
As a daughter, I was always loud, jumping here and there in the house, and making noise. As a daughter-in-law, I am always quiet and sensible.

As a daughter, I always ask my mom, “what’s there to eat?” As a daughter-in-law, I ask, “what should I cook, mom?

At my dad’s house, I used to be in my shorts or pyjamas all day, but at my in laws’ place, my dress length is always a concern.

I used to wake up after everyone in my maternal house, but I can’t do the same when I am a daughter-in-law.

When you are a daughter, you don’t need to cook in 45 degrees temperature, but when you are a daughter-in-law, you cook for others no matter what, as it is your responsibility now.

Both the journeys are special, but change is the reality of life. Our mothers have done this, we are doing this, and our daughters will do this. After all, a house is not home without a woman in it. It may be your mom, grandmom, sister, daughter, wife, or anyone else.

What women really want is love, appreciation and a little care. Never disrespect a woman.  She doesn’t deserve it, or if you are doing so, then you don’t deserve a woman in your life.

A woman is a mountain of strength, patience, love, care, and motivation, but she is very delicate from the heart. Enjoy womanhood!

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